In my dining room there are two light switches on opposite sides of the room. One switch is a dimmer that controls the hanging chandelier. The other is a regular switch that MUST be turned on in order for the dimmer to work. I don't believe they are three way switches because the one must be on for the other to do anything. I would like to remove this switch and put a blank wall plate in it's place. Too often someone will flip the main switch and then can't figure out why the light won't turn on at the dimmer. Is it as simple as twisting the two wires that go into the switch to each other and capping them off?